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Webinar on Compressed SENSE by Dr. Casselman, AZ St Jan

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

In this webinar Dr. Casselman shares his experience with Compressed SENSE for accelerating MRI. The webinar was held live on January 17-18, 2018, and you can now watch it here.



Jan W. Casselman, MD, PhD

Chair of the Department of Radiology at A. Sint-Jan Hospital in Bruges, Belgium. Head & Neck “consultant radiologist” at the AZ Sint Augustinus Hospital in Antwerp. He has further Academic teaching activities at the University of Ghent. His fields of interest are neuroradiology and head & neck radiology. His research and clinical interests focus on MR techniques, cranial nerves, temporal bones, skull base, head and neck tumors.



Compressed SENSE is a break-through acceleration technique speeding up not only sequences but your entire exam. This new paradigm in productivity requires a unique implementation, enabling 2D and 3D scans to be up to 50% faster with virtually equal image quality¹. Compressed SENSE can be used in all anatomical contrasts and all anatomies.





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1 Compared to scans without Compressed SENSE


 Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.

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